DC Rebirth: Wonder Woman

Whether you know it or not, DC is pulling out all the stops to make¬†Wonder Woman one of their top-sellers by the time we get to next summer and Gal Gadot’s solo film. By bringing Greg Rucka back into the fold, Dan DiDio and Jim Lee have tapped a writer whose previous run with Diana was one of the best in her history, and a little ahead of its time in its pacing and complexity. After a long hiatus from writing for DC, Rucka’s comment was, “how can you say no to Diana?” and that bodes well.

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This will be one of the twice monthly titles, with Rucka actually telling two concurrent stories: “Wonder Woman: Lies” and “Wonder Woman: Year One.” Joining Rucka on art is Liam Sharp, a terrific artist and co-founder of Madefire Comics. If you don’t know his name now, you will in a couple of months’ time, because Sharp is an artist of fine detail and gorgeous product, and, admittedly, an acquaintance whose work I’ve admired for a long time.

I predict that their delineation of Wonder Woman will be iconic, and I couldn’t be happier.

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